For other meetings in Chapel Hill NC, Durham NC, Henderson NC, Hillsborough NC, Norlina NC, Oxford NC, Roxboro NC and surrounding geographic areas, please visit the New Hope Area’s website.
For these areas that are our immediate neighbors, view the the Crossroads Area website (serving Harnett, Johnston, and Sampson counties) and Greensboro Area website (serving Alamance, Guilford, and Davidson counties) areas can also be
For meetings in Apex, Cary, Fuquay Varina, Knightdale, Nashville, Raleigh, Roanoke Rapids, Rocky Mount, Tarboro, Wake Forest, Wilson, or Zebulon, please visit the Capital Area’s website at or call their phoneline at 877-590-6262.
Meetings in North Carolina
Use any of these methods to find a meeting in North Carolina.
- Download and print the Statewide Printable Meeting Schedule.
- Use the online North Carolina Meeting Finder using Map or Text
- Call the Statewide phone number at 1-855-227-NCNA (6262)
- Send a text with your address to 1-855-227-NCNA (6262) to receive a text with the next 5 upcoming meetings closest to your location
Meetings in the United States
For assistance in locating meetings in other parts of the US or worldwide, click here.
Information About NA
This Resource page includes pamphlets about the history of NA, organizational philosophy, and membership demographics.
Resources for Professionals
This Resource page includes information for professionals and free downloadable pamphlets.
You can view and download many of our information pamphlets and NA booklets in many languages.
Recovery Literature in English
Recovery Literature in other languages (Select a language)
For general information on Narcotics Anonymous, literature purchases, downloads, or pretty much anything else having to do with the fellowship as a whole, got to the NA World Services website at www.na.org.
Is NA for me?
If you’re an addict, NA can help. “Narcotics Anonymous offers recovery to addicts around the world. We focus on the disease of addiction rather than any particular drug. Our message is broad enough to attract addicts from any social class or nationality. When new members come to meetings, our sole interest is in their desire for freedom from active addiction and how we can be of help.” (It Works: How and Why, “Third Tradition”)
If you’re planning to attend your first meeting, you may also be interested in IP #29,“An Introduction to NA Meetings.”